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Flocked Cars

To reduce collision damage
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Moths have a bountiful supply of fur they leave behind whenever they hit a spiderweb.

Cars should have the same finish, too. After a scrape, just add some flock and you are as good as new.

neelandan, Jan 06 2005

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       Are you having a bad hair day or did you motorcycle into a flock of moths?
FarmerJohn, Jan 06 2005

       Moth fur? This isn’t clear. Does the car have moth fur, or spider webs? Who has the flock?
ldischler, Jan 06 2005

       There used to be this hideous thing called Velvecar where the vehicles were sprayed, flocked, with a velvet-like coating. Haven't seen one since I was a child, though. A purple Ford pickup, I think it was.
bristolz, Jan 06 2005

       I have something like that, sometimes. Ablative car covering. I call it mud, and it gets applied by driving off-road.   

       Seriously, though. A fuzzy car would rust fast if there was a nick in the paint under the fluff. It would be difficult to keep clean and avoid bald spots. I'll take my chances with scratches. Besides, fuzz won't stop keying or a fender-bender.
Souse Mouse, Dec 12 2005

       WTF! (F as in FLOCK)
Jscotty, Dec 12 2005


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